Real Mallorca, unusually, play on Monday when they face Zaragoza at the Son Moix at 9pm. The Palma side are going for their third win on the bounce for the first time this season. The visitors are just outside the relegation area but will still be difficult opponents. Mallorca, on the other hand, had a fantastic 2-1 win at Las Palmas which saw them claw their way back into the sixth and last play-off place. On Friday night then-third-placed Deportivo (who haven’t won at home in five games) could only draw 0-0 with Almeria. A Mallorca win tomorrow gets them really into the top six mix. We’ve now accumulated 48 points from 30 games which equals the points total we had when going down at the end of the 2014/15 season.